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Tiny bubbles in my vision

Posted By Cara on August 07, 1999 at 10:47:47
As long as I can remember I have these tiny little bubbles (about 20 in all) in the vision of my left eye which are permanent.  I can only see them when I'm looking at large white or light colored surfaces.  My vision is perfect and I've never had any troubles with my eyes ...what are these bubbles and should I have them checked out by a optometrist?
Also sometimes I see tiny little white flashes as if a star twinkled in my eyes ...is this related or is it another matter all toghether?
Thanks you,
Cara










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